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Event Archive

  • Fighting Corruption in the EU’s Eastern Neighborhood
    April 27, 2016  – Carnegie Europe

    From the East-West standoff in Ukraine to mass migration and its causes, corruption is a surreptitious underlying driver.

  • Oil Market Futures
    April 26, 2016  – Royal Museums of Art and History

    The commitments made at the 2015 UN Climate Change Conference will shake the foundations of future oil demand—with potentially dramatic impacts on oil prices and price volatility.

  • EU Global Strategy: A Northern Perspective
    April 20, 2016  – Norway House

    From a détente with Russia to a stronger NATO to international cooperation in the High North, where do Norway’s and the EU’s priorities converge?

  • Will the EU Survive the Refugee Crisis?
    February 24, 2016  – Carnegie Europe

    The refugee crisis unsettled the EU like no challenge before it. With the inflow of refugees likely to continue for years, migration may be the ultimate make-or-break issue for the EU.

  • Reforming Ukraine: State of the Economy and Anticorruption Effort
    February 23, 2016  – Carnegie Europe

    Extensive reform efforts are under way across Ukraine. Yet the country will not stabilize its finances until it addresses what both investors and ordinary citizens care about most—corruption.

  • Reforming Ukraine: Conversation With Dmytro Shymkiv and Valerii Pekar
    January 26, 2016  – Carnegie Europe

    Ukraine is undertaking an ambitious reform package. Yet the enduring influence of oligarchs, the challenge of corruption, and the slow economic recovery could seriously undermine the viability and sustainability of any progress.

  • Digital Values: Advancing Technology, Preserving Fundamental Rights
    January 18, 2016  – Microsoft Center

    Technology is transforming the world at an unprecedented pace. But the digital sphere also creates challenges and the need for better regulation.

  • Reforming Ukraine: The EU, Ukraine’s Constitution, and Democratic Reform
    December 8, 2015  – Carnegie Europe

    Ukraine faces monumental challenges as it strives to build a transparent and accountable system of governance. How can the EU support the country’s constitutional reform and democratic institution building?

  • Should the EU Support Non-Western Democracy?
    December 7, 2015  – Carnegie Europe

    Calls for different forms of democracy are becoming more prominent and widespread. Yet, it remains unclear what such models should look like.

  • Monitoring Reform in Ukraine
    October 6, 2015  – Carnegie Europe

    A year and a half after the Euromaidan protests and the fall of Viktor Yanukovych’s government, is Ukraine on the right reform path?

  • The Cost of European Security
    September 17, 2015  – Carnegie Europe

    As a security vacuum in Europe grows, a wider, strategic question remains unanswered: Who is responsible for keeping Europe safe and free, and at what cost?

  • Bridging the Gaps in EU Foreign Policy
    July 8, 2015  – Carnegie Europe

    Six years after the Lisbon Treaty, there are still major gaps between the EU member states and the institutions on how to shape a strategic foreign policy for the union.

  • Toward A New Transatlantic Energy Security Strategy
    June 16, 2015  – Brussels

    The United States and the EU should identify tools and mechanisms to help manage the intersection of energy and security in the transatlantic context.

  • Ukraine Unrest: Unraveling Post–Cold War Order?
    June 1, 2015  – Brussels

    Despite the Ukraine crisis being the most serious between Russia and the West since the Cold War, the West must not forget the importance of stable relations with Moscow.

  • Can Prime Ministers Do Foreign Policy?
    April 28, 2015  – Brussels

    European leaders should boost the foreign policy role of the European Council and the EU’s other institutions—but will they?

  • How Corruption Breeds Global Instability
    April 27, 2015  – Brussels

    The world seems to be on fire—the spread of the Islamic State, the endurance of Boko Haram, the East-West standoff in Ukraine. Is corruption the thread tying these events together?

  • The New Age of Oil: Climate Impact and Policy Responses
    April 13, 2015  – Brussels

    Oil is changing. The oils themselves, how they are extracted and processed, and the products into which they are made are shifting in substantial ways.

  • Armenians and Turks in the Shadow of 1915
    March 17, 2015  – Brussels

    One century on, the destruction of the Armenians of the Ottoman Empire during World War I is still a live and divisive issue for Armenians and Turks alike.

  • Germany: Looking Beyond Its Borders
    March 16, 2015  – Silken Berlaymont Brussels Hotel, Brussels Deutsch

    Frank-Walter Steinmeier has announced that Germany is ready to step up its foreign policy ambitions. What does the future hold for the country’s external relations?

  • The European Neighborhood Policy: Which Way Forward?
    March 2, 2015  – Vienna

    Ten years after its launch, it is time to rethink the European Neighborhood Policy. There is a need for greater differentiation and for more nimble and flexible instruments.


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